The podcast is a new art form for the digital age, and seemed fairly complete as it is. People talk into microphones, record the words, and provide them for download over the internet. They build a brand as a sort… Read More ›
The opening scenes of Amazon’s new sci-fi series, Tales from the Loop, are subtle, but the images will stick with you. Lampposts shaped like mechanical feet appear ready to stomp on workers filing into an industrial building on a cold… Read More ›
By Emilia Barrett Ben Franklin once said, “Early to be bed and early to rise makes a man healthy, wealthy and wise.” In the case of Tom Brady, whose famously restrictive diet and lifestyle focuses on family and fitness first,… Read More ›
Like many parents of small children, I have had cause to read the book THE VERY HUNGRY CATERPILLAR probably more times than I care to count. In this book, which is not very long, really, but extremely well illustrated, a… Read More ›
Aliens. Ancient Engineers. Lasers and stuff. Ancient pyramid complexes are actually giant computer chips. Pre-Colombian and Ancient African societies are obviously not capable of building their own things that they built, or something. Welcome back to another weird and trippy… Read More ›
By Emilia Barrett After a record breaking year, Avengers hero Captain America sat down to relax, watching a few other superheroes do the job for a change. He was shocked at what he found on Amazon Prime. “I can’t believe… Read More ›
Joe: I love that this episode begins with a huge prologue, reminiscent of the prologue in the Black Panther movie that set up Wakanda for an audience unfamiliar with the lore of the comic book series. Like Wakanda, Thra is not… Read More ›
It was chaos in Thra this week as threaders dropped away from indie publishers, editors, and writers when they outmaneuvered Amazon’s death grip.